posted on Aug, 19 2011 @ 04:01 PM
I just wonder how many different ways people can try to spin silly theories before they get tired of being shot down.
Magic 8-ball time:
Is there a Nibiru? - No, unless they decide to poke fun at all the idiots and name some random little pathetic rock Nibiru.
Is there a Planet X? - X refers to the roman numeral 10, because at the time it was proposed to look for a 10th planet, Pluto still fell in that
category as the 9th. Planet X would be an as-of-yet undiscovered planet beyond Uranus, Pluto, and probably Eris too. Should more planets exist in
our solar system it would not indicate any concern for the inner planets whatsoever as they should happily stay in their current orbits like the rest
of the planets. To do otherwise would immediately make them -not- be planets.
Is G1.9 Nibiru/Planet X? - It's a supernova remnant near the galactic center that went nova about 140 years ago. It has absolutely nothing to do with
Is Sol part of a Binary system? - Depends on how you want to define that. The barycenter (common center of rotation) of Jupiter and the Sun is
actually above the Sun's surface, so some could consider them a binary pair.
Is Elenin the tiny little Chuck Norris of the solar system? - Absolutely!
...if you mean an old, pathetic thing that is the object of countless jokes across all of the internet relating to unfounded and infeasible feats of
strength that neither could ever actually hope to accomplish.
edit on 19-8-2011 by Dashdragon because: (no reason given)